Inside Slant

Published 8:21 pm Wednesday, May 30, 2007

By Staff
Blueberry Classic on tap next week
The annual Blueberry Classic Golf Tournament sponsored by the Women's Golf Association will take place at the Country Club of Brewton at 9 a.m. June 6.
More than 140 women golfers from three states have applied for the 96 available slots in the tournament, making it one of the most successful women's golf events in the state, said organizer Karen Reynolds.
This year's participants comprise 48 teams representing 22 clubs from Alabama, Florida and Mississippi.
JDCC to host volleyball camp
Jefferson Davis Community College will hold a volleyball camp from 4 to 6 p.m. July 23-26 at the college.
Camp sessions are designed to improve the fundamental skills of volleyball, such as digging, spiking, serving, setting and mental toughness. In addition, campers will work on offensive and defensive strategies.
Cost is $40 per person before July 23 and $45 on July 23.
For more information, please call Coach Misti Nims at 809-1632. Make checks payable to JDCC Volleyball Camp, P.O. 958, Brewton, AL 36427.
Youth football signup Monday
East Brewton Youth Football registration will be Monday, June 4. Registration will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the East Brewton Civic Center.
Uniform sizing will also be done at this time. There will be an important meeting to follow registration, organizers said.
For more information, call 867-5626.
State to hold two fall 'gator hunts
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announced today that Alabama's second regulated alligator hunting season will expand to include more dates and two hunt locations.
Forty-six hunters participated in the 2006 hunt. The 40 harvested alligators from that hunt ranged in size and weight from 7'7”to 12'4” in length and from 77 to 461 pounds at weigh-in. Hunters traveled from all over the state to participate.
A Delta hunt will be from Aug. 17-20 and Aug. 24-27. A Eufaula hunt will be Aug. 23-26. Online registration for both hunts begins Friday.
Hunters will be randomly chosen by computer to receive one Alligator Possession Tag. Applications will be accepted online at www.outdooralabama.com. The cost is $6 to apply and individuals may register multiple times. Only Alabama residents age 16 years or older may apply for an Alligator Possession Tag. Permits are non-transferable. Selected hunters and their assistants are required to have in their possession a valid 2007-08 hunting license. Each selected hunter is required to complete the Alligator Training Course provided by Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division personnel. Each person receiving an Alligator Possession Tag will be allowed to harvest one alligator six feet in length or longer. Hunting hours will be from 8 p.m. until 6 a.m. each day. All Alabama hunting and boating regulations must be followed.